Tune in at 5 p.m. MT on Wednesday, Dec. 29 to learn how the humble rice cooker is the perfect tool for eating healthy on the road, before your race, and during active adventures.
The latest breed of sport drinks are sucking some of the sugars out of their products. But don’t go rushing to fill up your bike bottles with low-carb drinks just yet.
With a few key ingredients, the classic hot cocoa can be transformed into a perfect post-run recovery beverage.
It’s important to tweak your nutrition to keep your training in full gear as temperatures plunge. Here's how to fuel in cold-weather conditions.
If you don’t top off your tank in the morning, you’ll lack the mental and physical energy you need to get through your workout and your workday.
Tune in at 5 p.m. MT on Thursday, December 2 to learn about time-saving nutrition hacks for busy triathletes, make-ahead meals the entire family will love, and healthy food to fuel your active adventures.
A sports-certified Registered Dietitian lays out how to fuel during a strength-focused training block (and no, you don't have to choke down a million protein shakes).
Thanksgiving isn't the only time to get stuffed. This savory blend of über-healthy cauliflower and kale is a great way to fuel your training.
Pre-exercise formulas are marketed as being your workout's best friend. But do they live up to the hype? An R.D. breaks down the most common pre-workout supplements for triathletes, from caffeine to BCAAs.
Triathlon requires specific nutritional considerations. Test and practice to find what works.
Use these delicious and (mostly) nutritious recipes to make your bars, gels, and chews go further—or just eat up the last of your stash from race season.
We analyze the daily food log of a regular busy, age-group athlete—who also is a professional performance nutritionist. The lesson? Nutritionists probably eat more like you and me, and that's a good thing.
Leading sports nutritionist and exercise physiologist, Dr. Stacy Sims, answers your most pressing nutrition questions.